A DevOps Compliance culture can yield enormous benefits provided the strategy is tailored to the organization.
There are problems with the centralized data lake. A future data mesh needs domains, self-service platforms, and product thinking.
Going directly to a microservices architecture is risky, so consider building a monolithic system first. Split to microservices when, and if, you need it.
A guide to the common steps we've observed in breaking a monolithic application up into microservices
A guide to effective pair-programming
«best programs and designs are done by pairs, because you can criticise each other, and find each others errors, and use the best ideas.»
Remote work takes different forms, varying trade-offs and techniques to make it work. Most people are more effective when co-located, but you can get better people if you support remote working
To be successful at digital transformation you need to optimize the key feedback loops in your software engineering organization
Mainline, Feature Branching, Continuous Integration, Release Branch and a clutch of other handy patterns.
Mike Bland explains how to create a unit-testing culture in an organization with the example of his experience at Google. Such a culture could have prevented bugs like goto fail and heartbleed
A catalog of patterns to better understand, communicate, and teach the design of distributed systems
Software Architecture is the important aspects of a software system's internal design, usually its major components and aspects that are hard to change.
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